Buick Lemon Law Information
Buick is an American manufacturing division of General Motors, LLC. Buick’s motto is: “Buick. The spirit of American style.” While Buick might build cars that are American and stylish, not all these cars have the same spirit. Some of them have a great spirit. Others have a sour spirit and are a lemon both under the state lemon laws and federal lemon laws. The lemon laws provide relief to consumers who have taken their Buick in for multiple repair attempts for similar issues or problems. Should your Buick have been to an authorized Buick dealership on more than one occasion, it is possible your Buick may be a lemon.
Your Buick Lemon Law RightsIf you have experienced any of these issues with your Buick vehicle and have taken it back to the manufacturer for repair, it is possible that your vehicle could be a lemon. In order to have a valid lemon law claim you simply need to have taken your Buick back to an authorized dealership for repairs that is the only requirement to have a potential lemon law claim. It does not matter the current mileage on your car, if the problem has been fixed/identified or deemed normal by the manufacturer. The lemon law states that the General Motors, LLC gets a reasonable opportunity to repair your Buick lemon, not an unlimited number of bites at the apple (or in this case lemon), so to speak. Finally, the lemon law requires the manufacturer to pay reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs, so the question of I cannot afford an attorney should not be a concern.
Is Your Buick a Lemon?
- Transmission slipping
- Transmission failing
- Engine failing
- Power steering inoperable
- Vehicle alignment being off
- Check engine light illuminating
- Engine stalling while driving